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  • The Perps
    Why affirmative consent laws are bad for women
    Researchers investigating why women do not generally ask men out on dates discovered that ‘a great majority of the women, 93%, preferred to be asked out -- only 6% preferred to do the asking. The majority of men preferred to do the asking,...
  • Choose your words wisely
    Campus censorship spreading
    Cass Sunstein's op-ed is a perfect example of how hardline progressives want to silence people who disagree with them:In recent months, universities have turned their attention to an important problem that should be included in our national...
  • Paying For College
    Paying for College - Financial Planning Strategies
    Planning for your child's college education? Having the resources to pay for tuition is a great feeling. Children with a college education can have more doors and opportunities ahead of them. Setting aside a portion of your income now will...
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    Where Do USNA Graduates Go?
    USNA graduates end up in any position that is manned by US Navy personnel. That includes stateside, overseas, Marines, pilots, intelligence, SEALs–even in other military branches like the Army or Air Force. Graduates might also be sent to...
  • 3 college scholarship actions students cannot ignore
    3 College scholarship actions students cannot ignore
    Successful college scholarship winners don’t just fill out an application and mail it to the organization sponsoring the award. Rather, they have written a memorable essay, carefully followed all application directions, and have applied for...
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    When it comes to rape, college women have some disturbing ideas
    Please view slides online here.Media feminists have done a remarkable job convincing the general public that there is a rape epidemic on college campuses, often citing the wildly inaccurate statistic that one in five college women are raped. The...
  • University of Nevada, Reno
    Other factors to consider when researching colleges
    When researching colleges, some of the big things students are looking for include majors, activities, and location. Colleges try to answer these questions in their marketing materials and website, along with providing beautiful pictures of the...
  • Where to find scholarship money.
    Where to look for scholarship
    Paying for college is one of the biggest concerns students and parents have about college. As the cost of education has skyrocketed, more and more families are concerned about the possibility of their children going to college. Although the price...
  • What is college fit?
    What is college fit?
    College fit is one of those terms that is used throughout the college counseling world. It will be a regular term students hear during their college search. However, what exactly does college fit mean? A good college fit is when a college meets a...
  • Tips for starting college after a gap year
    Tips for starting college after a gap year
    It may feel strange to return to school and its various routines after a gap year. However, college is often far more flexible than high school, and this can help to soften some of the difficulties of starting college after a delay. So, too, can...
  • Senator Elizabeth Warren delivers speech to college affordability panel
    Senator Elizabeth Warren delivers speech to college affordability panel
    Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren communicated her plan for college affordability in a speech today and was met with general bipartisan support, according to a June 10, 2015 article published in Patch.com.Warren’s speech, the opening to...
  • Parent's Guide to Girl's Fastpitch Softball
    Coach’s New Book Pitches Girls the Best Chances of Landing a Scholarship
    Promising young female softball players don’t just have an edge over their peers in terms of health, mental agility and holistic wellness – but they are prime candidates for winning one of many lucrative college softball scholarships....
  • Farm Credit West
    Delano student among Farm Credit West college scholarship recipients
    Farm Credit West is pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 Scholarship Program. Twelve first-time scholarship recipients were each awarded with $1,500 scholarships for the upcoming school year. These scholarships were given to students who...
  • Harvard University
    From community college to the Ivy League and elite institutions
    Each year, high school graduates trek to thousands of different universities across the nation to spend the next four to five years of their lives. Some of these institutions charge upwards of $66,000 for tuition, housing, and other fees per year....
  • After Graduation, Now What?  GVI Offers Trips Of A Lifetime With a Purpose
    After Graduation, Now What? GVI Offers Trips Of A Lifetime With a Purpose
    For new college graduates entering the real world, life can be challenging. There are so many unanswered questions - where to live, who to live with, where to work and on and on. For many, the world is literally their oyster but they just need a...
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